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WELCOME. Fall 2011- Winter 2012 RESA Meeting SCIENCE Essential Standards Implementation Facilitator: Jami Inman NCDPI Science Consultant.

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welcome

WELCOME

Fall 2011- Winter 2012 RESA Meeting

SCIENCE Essential Standards Implementation

Facilitator: Jami Inman

NCDPI Science Consultant

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Expected OutcomesBy the end of this session participants will…Identify resources and supports for implementation of Science Essential Standards.Increase understanding of K-12 vertical strands .Use Curriculum Topic Study (CTS) to connect standards and research on learning to classroom practice.

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • DPI Updates
    • SCOS and Essential Standards
    • ACRE, Race to the Top, and Next Generation
    • Accountability
  • BREAK
  • Themes, Strands, and Organization of Standards
  • LUNCH
  • Curriculum Topic Study
  • Implementation Strategies
the science section curriculum and instruction dpi
The Science Section Curriculum and Instruction, DPI

Beverly Vance, Science Section Chief

Debra Hall , K-5 consultant

Donna Kenestrick, K-5 consultant

Benita Tipton, 6-8 consultant

Jami Inman, 9-12 consultant

Ragan Spain, 9-12 consultant

Victoria Ewing, program assistant

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Science Service Delivery Assignments

Alleghany

Camden

Currituck

Northampton

Gates

Ashe

Surry

Stokes

Rockingham

Person

Caswell

Warren

Vance

Hertford

Pasquotank

Halifax

Wilkes

Watauga

Granville

Yadkin

Forsyth

Chowan

Perquimans

Avery

Bertie

Orange

Mitchell

Guilford

Franklin

Nash

Durham

Caldwell

Alamance

Davie

Alexander

Edgecombe

Yancey

Madison

Martin

Davidson

Wake

Iredell

Dare

Washington

Tyrrell

Burke

Randolph

Chatham

Wilson

McDowell

Rowan

Catawba

Buncombe

Pitt

Haywood

Beaufort

Johnston

Hyde

Lincoln

Swain

Greene

Lee

Rutherford

Cabarrus

Harnett

Henderson

Wayne

Jackson

Graham

Stanly

Moore

Polk

Gaston

Cleveland

Montgomery

Lenoir

Mecklenburg

Craven

Transylvania

Macon

Cherokee

Pamlico

Clay

Cumberland

Richmond

Hoke

Jones

Union

Anson

Sampson

Duplin

Scotland

Carteret

Onslow

Robeson

Bladen

Pender

New

Columbus

Hanover

Region 1 Ragan Spain – ragan.spain@dpi.nc.gov--(919)-807-3950

Region 2 Benita Tipton – benita.tipton@dpi.nc.gov--(919)-807-3933

Region 3 Debra H/Donna K

Region 4 Jami Inman – jami.inman@dpi.nc.gov--(919)-807-3607

Region 5 Donna Kenestrick – donna.kenestrick@dpi.nc.gov--(919)-807-3863

Region 6 Debra Hall – debra.hall@dpi.nc.gov--(919)-807-3814

Region 7 Jami Inman

Region 8 Ragan S/ Benita T

Brunswick

Beverly G. Vance,

Science Section Chief

beverly.vance@dpi.nc.gov

919-807-3936

Victoria Ewing

Program Assistant/Science

919-807-3929

victoria.ewing@dpi.nc.gov

remember
Remember!

Even though we are preparing for the new Essential Standards, the SCOS will be taught and tested during the 2011-2012 school year.

instructional resources for scos
Instructional Resources for SCOS
  • 2004 SCOS http://dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/science/scos/
  • Middle Grades Resources http://dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/science/middlegrades/
  • High School Resources http://dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/science/secondary/
instructional resources for scos1
Instructional Resources for SCOS
  • K-12 2004 Units, Differentiation Strategies and 5E http://dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/science/units/
  • EOGs grade 5 & 8 http://dpi.state.nc.us/accountability/testing/eog/science/
  • EOCs http://dpi.state.nc.us/accountability/testing/eoc/
science essential standards
SCIENCE Essential Standards

Approved since February 2010

Can be accessed at http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/acre/standards/new-standards/#science

Click on support tools in the left menu to access

Crosswalks

Content Descriptions

dpi modules
DPI Modules

On the DPI ACRE web site, find the PD menu on the left side of the page: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/profdev/

Includes online, onsite, real-time and asynchronous offerings https://center.ncsu.edu/nc/

nc s lens for classifying standards rbt
NC’s lens for classifying standards: RBT

Social

Studies

Science

Information

Technology

Performing

Arts

Visual Arts

Foreign

Languages

revised bloom s taxonomy rbt
Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (RBT)
  • Why was the original taxonomy revised?
  • Cognitive research revealed that learning was not linear (e.g., analysis may have to precede understanding....)
  • Over the years, too many verbs were used (and misused) to describe the levels.
  • Type of knowledge makes a difference.
four types of knowledge
Four Types of Knowledge
  • Factual knowledge- terms, details, symbols, informational sources (vocabulary)
  • Conceptual knowledge- classification, generalizations, theories, models (Taxonomy of a bug/tree)
  • Procedural knowledge- employing a method or technique, using skills, procedures to solve a problem (Scientific processes)
  • Metacognitive knowledge- strategic, self- knowledge , critiquing, cognitive demands of specific tasks, (experimentation)
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Understand

Defined as… “To construct meaning from instructional messages, including oral, written, and graphic communication”

  • Verbsalternative names
  • Interpreting clarifying, paraphrasing, representing, translating
  • Exemplifying illustrating, instantiating
  • Classifying categorizing, subsuming
  • Summarizing abstracting, generalizing
  • Inferring concluding, extrapolating, interpolating, predicting
  • Comparing contrasting, mapping, matching
  • Explaining constructing models
live training sessions
LIVE Training Sessions

Summer Institutes for LEAs, IHE Institutes

RESA presentations in all regions during November, January and February

Informal Educator Institutes in December

Live Webinars throughout the 2011-2012 school year

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November 2, 2011

NCSBA Building

Raleigh, NC

Region 3

January 24, 2012

Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agriculture Ctr,

Williamston, NC

Region 1

January 26, 2012

Greensboro Coliseum

Greensboro, NC

Region 5

January 19, 2012

Holiday Inn Express

N. Wilkesboro

Region 7

February 16, 2012

A-B Tech

Candler, NC

Region 8

January 12, 2012

River Landing Clubhouse

116 Paddle Wheel Dr.

Wallace, NC

Region 2

January 31, 2012

Mid Pines Inn

1010 Midland Road

Southern Pines, NC

Region 4

January 9, 2012

UNC Charlotte

Charlotte

Region 6

science webinars
Science Webinars

September 22, 2011 Webinar I

November 29, 2011 Webinar II

February 28, 2012 Webinar III

April 25, 2012 Webinar IV

*all webinars will be archived and

posted to our Science WIKI

science web pages
Science Web Pages

Science WIKI

http://scnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

Science Sharp School site

http://science.ncwiseowl.org/

ACRE Science

http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/acre/standards/new-standards/

SCOS

http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/science/

science wiki
Science WIKI

You can enter as a guest OR

create a wiki account and send a request to join us

http://scnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

race to the top career and college ready set go
Race to the Top Career and College Ready, Set, Go!
  • NC is one of 12 states awarded
  • Nearly $400 million over the grant period
  • Designed to spur public school innovation

North Carolina’s Four Pillars:

Great Teachers and Principals

Quality Standards and Assessments

Turn around the lowest achieving schools

Data System to improve instruction

  • *Special Section devoted to STEM education
literacy in science
Literacy in Science
  • Common Core Literacy Standards in Science and Technical Subjects
  • The standards begin at grade 6. (Note: Standards for K–5 reading in history/social studies, science, and technical subjects are integrated into the K–5 Reading standards.)
  • For more information: http://www.corestandards.org
writing in science
Writing in Science

Online Writing Instruction (OWI)

  • designed to provide students with opportunities to have a variety of experiences throughout the school year
  • not an assessment, but a formative tool to monitor the progress of students in writing and adjust instruction
  • replaces the previous Writing Instruction System
assessment updates
Assessment Updates
  • Test Development
  • ACT framework
  • ABCs
a word about assessment
A Word about Assessment…

Online Assessment Website - http://dpi.state.nc.us/acre/assessment/online/

Please contact the following NC DPI staff for more information:

Kayla Siler Kayla.siler@dpi.nc.gov

Jim KroeningJim.kroenig@dpi.nc.gov

Tracey Greggs Tracey.greggs@dpi.nc.gov

assessment continued
…Assessment continued…

Best Practices Guide

http://www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/assessment/guide/

Roadmap

http://www.pearsonassessments.com/pai/ai/Products/NextGeneration/roadmap.htm

NC Education https://center.ncsu.edu/nc

  • Includes tutorials and other informative links – to access NC FALCON, Online Writing Instruction, Primary Artifact Questions (PAQs), NC Test, etc.
  • Large-scale managed Moodle system with specialized additions to support professional development, student learning, accountability processes, and information delivery.
abcs reports
ABCs Reports

http://www.ncreportcards.org/src/

new national standards in science
NEW National Standards in Science
  • Conceptual framework was released during the past summer
  • ACHIEVE is in the process of developing draft versions of the next generation of standards
  • North Carolina is one of the lead states
building a map
Building A Map
  • Remove the contents of the envelope and place on the table so the group can easily read the statements related to force and motion.
  • Discuss which statements could be understood (learned) at K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.
building a map1
Building A Map
  • Have one person keep notes of the conversation and questions that arise.
  • Once consensus on the grade range placements have been reached, try to arrange them on the template provided showing how one statement contributes to the understanding of another.
  • Tape the statements to the template.
building a map2
Building A Map
  • Use a vis-à-vis marker to draw arrows to show the connections.
  • Prepare to give feedback to large group on the process and the discussion within your group.
building a map3
Building A Map

Compare your map to the NC Science Essential Standards map for Relative Motion.

referencing an atlas map
Referencing an Atlas Map…

Motion: Laws of Motion Map

quick write make a quick list of 3 ideas shared today and share how each will impact your practice
Quick Write: Make a quick list of 3 ideas shared today and share how each will impact your practice.

List 1 idea that’s

still rolling “Around”:

“I’m just not sure about

that!”

List 1 idea that “Squares” with your thoughts:

List 1 idea you would like to “Change”:

curriculum topic study
Curriculum TopicStudy

A look at the powerful process of curriculum Topic Study…..

DPI Science Consultants

bookmark our wiki
Bookmark our WIKI !

Open your browser.

Go to this site

http://scnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/home

state and national standards are not enough
State and National Standards Are Not Enough…

“What has been missing is a systematic, scholarly, deliberate process to help educators intellectually engage with standards and research on student learning so they can make effective use of them.” Keeley, 2005

CTS provides that “missing link”.

what is cts
What is CTS?

A processthat incorporates a systematic study of standards and research

A set of tools and resourcesfor improving curriculum, instruction, and assessment

An intellectually rigorous and engaging professional development experience to improve teacher content and pedagogical knowledge

why is curriculum topic study important to unpacking north carolina s science essential standards
WHY is Curriculum Topic Study IMPORTANT to UNPACKING North Carolina’s Science Essential Standards?
bridging the gap
Bridging the Gap

Classroom Practice

State Standards

National Standards

Research on Learning

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Resources for CTS…Experts at Your Fingertips 24/7

Indicates the resource or parts of it are online

additional resources
Additional Resources…
  • The National Research Council’s (NRC) A Framework for K-12 Science Education was released in July 2011 and will serve as the basis for the Next Generation Science Standards managed by Achieve, Inc.
  • Science College Board Standards for College Success defines the knowledge and skills students in grades 6-12 need to be college and career ready.
components of a curriculum topic study
Components of a Curriculum Topic Study

CTS Sections and Outcomes

Selected Readings from CTS Resources

Web Site- Supplementary Material www.curriculumtopicstudy.org

the cts guide
The CTS Guide

6 sections

Purposes of the sections

I : Identify Adult Content Knowledge

II : Consider Instructional Implications

III : Identify Concepts and Specific Ideas

IV : Examine Research on Student Learning

V : Examine Coherency and Articulation

VI : Clarify State Standards and District Curriculum

Each section links to CTS collective resources

types of cts guides
Types of CTS Guides

Published Guides

Customized Guides

published guides
Published Guides

Produced by Page Keeley

147 CTS Topic Study Guides

Organized in 11 Categories

Closely aligned to national documents

published guides1
Published Guides

Diversity of Life (7 topics)

Ecology (11 topics)

Biological Structure and Function (11 topics)

Life’s Continuity and Change (10 topics)

Matter (16 topics)

Earth (18 topics)

Astronomy (10 topics)

Energy, Force, and Motion (23 topics)

Inquiry and the Nature of Science and Technology (26 topics)

Implications of Science and Technology (11 topics)

Unifying Themes (4 topics)

exploring the guide
Exploring theGuide

NC Customized CTS Guide for K-12 Force & Motion Strand

curriculum topic study whirl away
Curriculum Topic Study Whirl-Away
  • Activity Instructions
  • Follow the CTS section study directions for your assigned section.
  • You have 45-minutes to read the resource(s), discuss, identify important information and create a poster.
  • Designate a group reporter to share out to the whole group.
curriculum topic study take away
Curriculum Topic Study Take-Away

Reflection Activity

Think-Pair-Share

How will you use CTS in preparing for implementation of the Science Essential Standards?

5 w s of the information and technology essential standards
5 W’s of the Information and Technology Essential Standards
  • Who – Classroom teachers
  • Where – In the classroom
  • When – K-12 beginning 2011-2012
  • Why – 21st Century Skills
  • What – NC Information and Technology Standards
strands of the information and technology essential standards
Strands of the Information and Technology Essential Standards
  • Sources of Information
  • Informational Text (K-5)
  • Research Process
  • Technology as a Tool
  • Safety and Ethics
evaluations
Evaluations

Thank you for your participation!

-Jami Inman, NCDPI